Olympics security

Inquiry status: Committee has reported and Government Response received.

The Home Affairs Committee's inquiry into Olympics security.


Government response

Written evidence

Oral evidence

Tuesday 11 September 2012
Bernard Hogan-Howe QPM, Metropolitan Police Commissioner and Chris Allison MBE, Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service (at 10.15am); Paul Deighton, Chief Executive and Lord Coe, Chair, London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (at 11am); Charles Farr OBE, Director, Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism, Home Office (at 11.45am); Nick Buckles, Chief Executive, David Taylor-Smith, Chief Operating Officer, G4S (at 12.30pm)

Tuesday 4 September 2012 
Sir Denis O’Connor CBE QPM, former HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary

Tuesday 17 July 2012
Nick Buckles, Chief Executive, and Ian Horseman-Sewell, global events specialist, G4S



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